Recover Data from Raid 10 Array

 July 8, 2016      

“Hello,I have server setup with RAID 10 array, but today one disk was failed. I tried to recover it, but for my bad luck I fail to fix it. Now can anyone suggest me best recovery method to retrieve data from RAID 10 Array. Please help me out!!Thanks in advance!”  By using RAID 10 configuration contains two or more mirrored pairs of drives. So it’s possible to recover data if two drives in a RAID 10 configuration fail, but it’s dependent upon which two drives fail.

Reason for losing data from RAID10 array: 

  • Due to RAID controller failure or file system of RAID 10 is damaged then you may lose your data from RAID 10 drive
  • While running the CHKDSK to repair drive
  • RAID 10 partition is severely attacked by virus or malware programs
  • There may be chance of losing data from RAID 10 during re-initialization

Due to below facts you may lose your essential data from RAID 10 Array on windows system. To solve this issue you can use professional data recovery tool.

Data recovery tool for RAID 10 drive

 Yodot Hard Drive Recovery will help you to recover data from Raid 10 Array on Windows system. It’s efficient disk scanning programs which scans each and every sector of your hard drive to retrieve lost or deleted data from RAID 10. It has an ability to resume recovery session in order to avoid re-scan. You can retrieve data from SATA, IDE, PATA and other interface based RAID drives. You can install it this utility on Windows OS versions including Windows 10, Windows 8.1, Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows XP, Windows 2003 and Windows 2008.

Step by step guidelines of software:

Download and install  Yodot Hard Drive Recovery software to windows system-> Once installation is completed successfully, launch the application with help of main instructions-> You can view two options which is provide on main screen namely ‘Partition Recovery’ or ‘Formatted / Reformatted Recovery’ -> Select one  option based on data loss from  RAID 10-> Then utility will display all the physical drives present on system->  Then choose the drive from which files are to be restored-> Pick the file types to retrieve data or else click on ‘Mark All’ option and proceed with scanning ->As soon as scanning of drive gets completed, you can view recovered  list of data in ‘Data View’ or ‘File Type View’-> At last, save retrieved data by selecting  target location.